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Stanford Court Named One of the Top Hotels in San Francisco in Condé Nast Traveler’s 2016 Readers’ Choice Awards

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SAN FRANCISCO’S NOB HILL

“It’s rare to see a modern hotel— because it’s too expensive— be built in that quality and level of detail that the old hotels have,” D’Alessandro says of the four: the Scarlet Huntington, Fairmount San Francisco Hotel, InterContinental Mark Hopkins, and Stanford Court.

STANFORD COURT INTRODUCES FESTIVE HOLIDAY EXPERIENCES FOR GUESTS AND LOCALS

Hotel unveils an array of offerings including a pop-up boutique, children’s toy drive, signature winter cocktail menu, plus curated guest package sure to impart holiday cheer

SAN FRANCISCO’S NOB HILL

“It’s rare to see a modern hotel— because it’s too expensive— be built in that quality and level of detail that the old hotels have,” D’Alessandro says of the four: the Scarlet Huntington, Fairmount San Francisco Hotel, InterContinental Mark Hopkins, and Stanford Court.

TRAVEL INTELLIGENCE: 8 WAYS TO SLEEP AROUND

WHERE TO FIND At San Francisco’s Stanford Court, the Google Glass Explorer Package includes overnight accommodations and the use of the glasses, along with tips, such as how not to be a “glasshole” (ask a person’s permission before snapping a photo of them, for one).

3 TECH-SAAVY HOTELS OFFERING GREAT 21ST CENTURY AMENITIES

Now shaking things up is the 100-year-old Stanford Court which has been drawing a young demographic of business and leisure travelers to The City by the Bay thanks to its contemporary redesign and forward-thinking tech capabilities.

SAN FRANCISCO’S ICONIC NOB HILL NEIGHBORHOOD REEMERGES

A hand-painted sign in front of San Francisco’s Nob Hill Stanford Court Hotel reads, “Cool stuff here”. A peek inside reveals two young tech types in distressed jeans eating pulled pork sandwiches at a bar table tricked out with mini iPads.

DRINK HERE NOW: FIVE PLACES TO SIP THIS WEEK

Stanford Court hotel, under new management, is launching a bevy of locally-sourced beverages in the Aurea Lounge, featuring craft brews, regional wines, and Hangar 1 Vodka and St. George Spirits on tap. Hangar 1 has devised a menu of handcrafted SF-inspired cocktails, designed exclusively for Aurea, that use seasonal and local ingredients.

HOTELS SEEK THE GEEKS

San Francisco hotels are ditching the well-known brands and reinventing themselves to attract younger, hipper and more tech-savvy travelers. They include the former Hotel Milano in San Francisco’s Soma neighborhood, which was transformed into the gadget and fun-filled Hotel Zetta at the beginning of the year, and the Hilton Fisherman’s Wharf, which was rebranded as Pier 2620.

HOTELS DITCH BRANDS AND GEEK OUT TO ATTRACT YOUNGER TRAVELERS

The UpTake: In cities across the country, hotels are getting hip and reinventing themselves to appeal to the Millennial set. Here’s a snapshot of the changes in one city—tech favorite and tourist magnet San Francisco.

Following a national trend, San Francisco hotels are ditching the well-known brands and reinventing themselves to attract younger, hipper and more tech-savvy travelers

NOB HILL’S STANFORD COURT HOTEL ANNOUNCES PLANS FOR A CULTURAL TRANSFORMATION IN 2014

December 19, 2013 – The Stanford Court, recently under new, independent management, today announced plans for the 393-roomhotel, located atop San Francisco’s famed Nob Hill, to undergo a cultural transformation over the course of 2014.

STANFORD COURT HOTEL PLANS 2014 TRANSFORMATION

SAN FRANCISCO—Stanford Court, formerly the Renaissance San Francisco Stanford Court Hotel, which has recently come under new, independent management, plans to undergo a cultural transformation in 2014.

The 393-room hotel, located atop Nob Hill, launched a locally sourced beverage program earlier this month.

STANFORD COURT SETS UPDATES

The 393-key Stanford Court hotel in San Francisco’s Nob Hill neighborhood will undergo a renovation in 2014 that will include high-tech design concepts and art installations that reflect the city. In the lobby, a live-feed video installation will relay views from the hotel’s rooftop camera, with an 80-inch flat screen TV depicting scenes of the bay and adjacent areas.

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